Looking for iPhone skins that will protect your precious, expensive device? There’s several to choose from, but knowing how to apply them without busting the skin can be problematic. Here’s a few ways you can apply different skins to your iPhone to get them to stick without breaking.
Things you’ll need:
- iPhone skin
- Tuck the iPhone into a gel silicone skin by putting the bottom in first. Slide the sides on after that, then finish by tucking the upper corners in one at a time. Just don’t tear the skin while it’s one. It’s easy to do that to an iPhone skin when pulling it in and out of your pocket.
- Stick a vinyl cover to your iPhone. Vinyl covers act like a real skin for your iPhone, not just a gel case that comes on and off. Vinyl covers are nearly permanent. You can change them, but they’re designed to be more permanent if you don’t want to take them off all the time. All you do is position the vinyl cover over the iPhone in all the right places so that your camera and home buttons are lined up with their respective spots on the cover. You can reposition it as needed, and once you get it the way you like it, glide it on by pressing your fingertips into the cover.
- Slap on a 3M-based vinyl cover. Some covers, like the ones from the brand Infectious, allow users to push out the air bubbles in the cover before pressing it into the iPhone. This type of iPhone skin will keep your device protected while allowing it to slide in and out of your pocket easily.